Caterer and Hotelkeeper recently gave recognition to the top organisations in the industry, with RBH proudly positioned at number 6 in the 30 Best Places to Work in Hospitality.
The Best Places Survey received an impressive 900 responses, which identified the most important factors for employees working with RBH:
- Being part of a team
- Working well with a team to produce results
- Good communication with my manager
- Respect for work/life balance
- Access to personal development
- Good environment to be in
The results are also supported by a recent internal survey which revealed an average positive rating of 86% based on engagement, management and behaviour.
The hotel management group's credentials are supported further by the recent introduction of a new employee welfare policy called HOME. The policy is aimed at transforming the back of house areas in hotels into a place that creates inspiration, involvement, engagement, energy and passion around the business for employee satisfaction.
RBH has also this year launched a UK wide health and wellbeing initiative which is set to revitalise the welfare of the 3,000 employees. Tackling a range of mind and body challenges, the scheme will allow each of the firm's hotels, offices and departments to pinpoint areas of their lives which can be enhanced; including diet, smoking, alcohol, stress, mental attitude and a whole host of other areas. The initiative will see thousands of employees get involved in a variety of sports and exercise regimes and become familiar with the facts surrounding prominent health issues.